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Daily Press
School Board meeting rescheduled, discussion of school start times plannedthe extra sleep, especially since some drive to school. In November 2016, the
Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
the extra sleep, especially since some drive to school. In November 2016, the division brought in Darrel Drobnich from the National Sleep Foundation and Robert Vorona, a doctor at Eastern Virginia Medical School, to talk about research in... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Could writing your ‘to-do’ list before bedtime help you get more sleep?completed activities. The findings could now be of benefit to many Americans s
Inquirier.net / Posted 4 days ago
completed activities. The findings could now be of benefit to many Americans struggling to get enough shut-eye, with the National Sleep Foundation reporting that 40 percent of American adults report difficulty falling asleep at least a few times... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
The major challenge of adolescent sleep deprivationof the effects can be reversed if kids start getting the eight to 10 hours of n
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 4 days ago
of the effects can be reversed if kids start getting the eight to 10 hours of nightly sleep they need, according to the National Sleep Foundation. Brain impairment can be reversed, achievement levels can increase and the mortality rate can be... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
A five-minute writing exercise could help you fall asleep faster, new study suggestshypothesis is that writing a to-do list will ‘offload’ those thoughts and reduc
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 5 days ago
hypothesis is that writing a to-do list will ‘offload’ those thoughts and reduce worry.” The statement also cites a National Sleep Foundation statistic claiming 40 percent of U.S. adults report difficulty falling asleep at least a few times... Read more
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Daily Mirror
One thing you must do before going to bed if you want a better night's sleep40 per cent of American adults report difficulty falling asleep at least a few
Daily Mirror / Posted 6 days ago
40 per cent of American adults report difficulty falling asleep at least a few times each month, according to the National Sleep Foundation. Professor Scullin said: "There are two schools of thought about this. One is that writing about... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Are you getting enough sleep? A study claims many people aren't.not getting enough sleep." So how much sleep should you be getting each night?
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 8 days ago
not getting enough sleep." So how much sleep should you be getting each night? Here are newly released guidelines from the National Sleep Foundation: There are also discrepancies in sleep issues when it comes to gender. Men and women sleep... Read more
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The Morning Call
Starting school later benefits studentsschools should have later start times to improve health and learning performanc
The Morning Call / Posted 10 days ago
schools should have later start times to improve health and learning performance. This is not healthy, according to the National Sleep Foundation: "Skipping sleep can be harmful — even deadly." Teens going to school might forget things or even... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Despite the cold, drink water to avoid winter dehydrationPrimary Care - Lookout Mountain, says many of his patients who come in with the
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 11 days ago
Primary Care - Lookout Mountain, says many of his patients who come in with the flu also suffer from dehydration. The National Sleep Foundation says going to bed even mildly dehydrated can disrupt sleep. "Dehydration causes your mouth and... Read more
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FOX Business
Getting Enough of This Makes You a Better Workertheir other responsibilities. How much sleep do we need? Needs vary by person
FOX Business / Posted 16 days ago
their other responsibilities. How much sleep do we need? Needs vary by person. For most adults ages 18-64, however, the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) recommends between seven and nine hours each night. Determining where you fall in that range... Read more
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FOX Business
Getting Enough of This Makes You a Better Workertheir other responsibilities. How much sleep do we need? Needs vary by person
FOX Business / Posted 16 days ago
their other responsibilities. How much sleep do we need? Needs vary by person. For most adults ages 18-64, however, the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) recommends between seven and nine hours each night. Determining where you fall in that range... Read more
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Daily Mirror
When your kids should stop napping - and it's younger than you'd thinkshould you give up on trying to get then to nap? Scientists say to give up on
Daily Mirror / Posted 18 days ago
should you give up on trying to get then to nap? Scientists say to give up on the nap time when your kid is aged two. The National Sleep Foundation suggests toddlers from three to five need between 10 to 13 hours a day.But does it really matter... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Couples who sleep apart stay togetherrooms due to snoring,” she said. It’s on the increase — one in four couples sl
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 20 days ago
rooms due to snoring,” she said. It’s on the increase — one in four couples sleeps apart, according to research by the US National Sleep Foundation, and in America, real estate agents have reported an upsurge in demand for homes with two master... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Sleep deprivation can cause the brain to take its own napsasleep anyway. More than half of Americans get less than the necessary seven h
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 27 days ago
asleep anyway. More than half of Americans get less than the necessary seven hours of sleep each night, according to the National Sleep Foundation KREM 2 News reached out to Hans Van Dongen, the director of the Sleep and Performance Center at... Read more
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Daily Mail
Tips on how to get out of bed in just 60 secondscan actually facilitate a better sleep. The ideal room temps for sleeping are 6
Daily Mail / Posted a month ago
can actually facilitate a better sleep. The ideal room temps for sleeping are 68 to 72 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the National Sleep Foundation. Falling asleep more quickly, without tossing and turning, will in turn help you to wake up more... Read more

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